National Touring Blog

2011 East Coast Tour: A Retrospective

Symphony Space in New York City

“The violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg likes to call her relationship with the conductorless New Century Chamber Orchestra ‘a marriage that worked.’ Leaving aside whatever aspersions may be implied on other marriages, you could hardly argue with her basic premise when the orchestra made its New York debut on Tuesday evening at Symphony Space.”
– James R. Oestreich, The New York Times

Taking the final bow of the 2011 East Coast Tour

One last standing ovation

Backstage at Symphony Space

Reception, hosted by John and Paula Gambs, after the New York debut!

Eleri and Evan Price

Iris Stone and Dawn Harms

Soundcheck at William Patterson University in Wayne, NJ

Q&A with students and faculty at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY

New Century musicians with Q&A participants

Board President Paula Gambs with Nadja and New Century musicians in the Boston Common, enjoying a day off after the Amherst concert

View from the hotel before heading to the first tour concert in Worcester

After one week on the East Coast, with five concerts in New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts, the musicians are back home preparing for the December concert series in just three weeks– Join us!

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